Disease makes future uncertain for boy, family

Family staying focused in fight against Alpers’ syndrome a second time

BY HENRY DOLIVE Modified: November 10, 2012 at 1:21 am •  Published: November 11, 2012
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Karlee Chill bounces her son, Griffin, 2, on her lap as she contemplates what the future might hold for him.

Griffin’s twin brother, Logan, died in August of Alpers’ syndrome, a rare, progressive disease of the central nervous system, and testing has revealed Griffin has the same genetic mutation.

Though no symptoms...

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•For more information about the fundraising effort, go to www.glchill.com.

•To read Karlee Chill’s blog, go to www.twoplus

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